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Old 02-04-2009, 01:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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It seems that in the speed dial list (A = Lock System) which is already assigned to the K key when dial from home page is disabled which mine is. I would also like to get rid of (Q = Change profile to Vibrate) because I would like my voice mail assigned there as well I would like to get rid of the voice mail being assigned to 1. On my 8320 I was able to assign it to Q and set if for a address book entry. How can I do this?
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It seems that in the speed dial list (A = Lock System) which is already assigned to the K key when dial from home page is disabled which mine is. I would also like to get rid of (Q = Change profile to Vibrate) because I would like my voice mail assigned there as well I would like to get rid of the voice mail being assigned to 1. On my 8320 I was able to assign it to Q and set if for a address book entry. How can I do this?
Phone | Menu | View Speed Dial List | Select Q for example, hit Return key then Select Contact.

Voila.
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Phone | Menu | View Speed Dial List | Select Q for example, hit Return key then Select Contact.

Voila.
Worked like a charm! Gracias! Did not know about the return key...
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It seems that in the speed dial list (A = Lock System) which is already assigned to the K key when dial from home page is disabled which mine is. I would also like to get rid of (Q = Change profile to Vibrate) because I would like my voice mail assigned there as well I would like to get rid of the voice mail being assigned to 1. On my 8320 I was able to assign it to Q and set if for a address book entry. How can I do this?
Pressing Q on my home screen does nothing. -kd love for that to be a shortcut for putting it in vibrate. How do I enable this?
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How can I reassign the lock (A) and change profile (Q) hotkey to another button?
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Phone | Menu | View Speed Dial List | Select Q for example, hit Return key then Select Contact.

Voila.
actually this was a temporary fix. for some reason after waking up, I am back to the original issue. Lock = A, W = Voicemail = W, Q = Vibrate mode. is there a permanent fix?
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How can i reassign the A and W speed dials from A= lock and W = voicemail to something else?

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